Trevor Ladner

Education: Harvard College, BA Sociology and African American Studies; Harvard Graduate School of Education, M.Ed. Candidate
 
Previous work experience: Before coming to PHA, Mr. Ladner taught literature and journalism as an intern at the Meridian Freedom Project and also served in the Office of Congressman John Lewis. His undergraduate research, which was awarded the Hoopes Prize, explored colorblind racism in high school social studies education.
 
Hobbies and interests: Mr. Ladner enjoys being active, telling stories, traveling with friends, writing, drinking lattes, and watching YouTube videos.
 
Why did you choose to work at Prospect Hill Academy?: "Prospect Hill Academy is a school that values equity and fosters responsible citizenship. I know that I am supported in creating authentic learning experiences for my students through which they can question injustice and take action to build the kind of society they want to see."